Appleby-in-Westmorland maintains the largest collection of events
and its towns
Kirkby Stephen and
Penrith, typically about 150 of
them. The collection is always up-to-date with new events added on
a daily basis.
To add events to the calendar organisers only need to tweet
details of the event with the hashtag #edenvalleyevents or one of
the town hashtags. This is
worth their effort because:
1. Our Events Calendar ranks No.1 in Google.
2. The calendar appears on partner websites around the
3. QRCodes linked to the calendar are displayed in town shop
Eden Valley's calendar is easily displayed in any website
using a single line of code. You can see what Eden Valley's events
look like in the right hand column of this page.
The calendar's menu allows users to see events from any town or
the entire valley. They can jump from month to month and join a
Facebook group for that town or for the valley.
The more Cottages, Hotels and B&Bs that include
the calendar, the more attractive it is for event holders to tweet
using #edenvalleyevents knowing their event will be seen on
many websites across the valley. The more events there are in the
calendar, the more attractive it becomes for visitors to visit the
The one line of code
needed to display one of the calendars is available below.
An event calendar is available for each town and the valley covering the area
three population circles around the valley's three towns.
To add a calendar to your website just click, copy and paste the
If your website uses Wordpress or a similar publishing tool you
may need to adjust the height of the calendar. To do this replace
height="100%" with, for example, height="2000" where
2000 represents the height of the calendar in pixels. Adjust the
pixel height to suit the height of your page. The calendar to the
right has a height of 900 pixels. If you need support
please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Which ever calendar you choose, it's a win-win-win situation.
Collectively we present a vibrant valley with
lots of things to do. Event organisers get more people to their events and
our towns and villages attract more visitors and prosperity.